Dayton Shooting: Suspect Had 250 Rounds On Him
Police have recovered 106 casings from the scene
The suspected Oregon District shooter had a maximum of 250 rounds on him during the mass shooter incident Sunday morning, Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl said during a press conference Monday morning.
Police have recovered 41 spent shell casings from Conner Betts’ weapon. They also collected 48 45-caliber casings, 16 .233 casings and 1 shotgun shell casing.
Beihl said that least 14 people were injured gunshot wounds.
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